CBS 2 LA Reporter Suzanne Marques posted this photo on her Facebook page of the man who "cursed" in her face, with the caption: "I'm sure his family and his employer would be embarrassed to hear what he said into my mic."
TV6 Marquette, Michigan reporter Ashley Kirklen posted footage on Instagram of a group of hecklers who taunted her as she covered a New Year's Eve celebration.
KTLA 5 reporter Steve Kuzj shoved a man out of his live shot in Hollywood, and continued his report seamlessly, later tweeting: "Defending myself and viewers from hearing obscenities."
Toronto "CityNews" reporter Shauna Hunt confronted a group of men who yelled "F--k her right in the pu--y." Video of the exchange went viral and one of the men was fired from his job.
Fox 11 LA
Fox 11 LA reporter Gina Silva wrote a story about being heckled and shared footage of the man who yelled "FHRITP" into her microphone during a live report.
Scranton, Penn. reporter Stacy Lange was doing a live shot on local legislation when a man ran up and yelled "FHRITP."
CBC Montreal reporter Tanya Birkbeck was doing a live report about a parade when a group of people began taunting her: "This is an unfortunate part of being a journalist on the street," Birkbeck said.
NBC Bay Area reporter Michelle Roberts was doing a live report on drones when a kid on a skateboard rolled by and yelled "FHRITP."
KTLA 5 reporter Kacey Montoya was reporting live on people who had just found "Hidden Cash" when a man in the crowd yelled "FHRITP."